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Shining A Light on Autism Spectrum Disorder in Nigeria

Disclaimer: The names of our respondents have been altered to protect their privacy. An introduction to the dilemma B efore I watched the Netflix series Atypical which is centered around an autistic boy who was able to overcome the obstacles of this neurological hindrance and achieve his dreams with support from family and the community, […]

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The Regime of Nigeria’s 21st Century’s Musical Queens

  T he Nigerian music industry has had an influx of new sounds in the past few years. An industry formerly dominated by men is now introduced to fierce competition presented by young fiery women of the 21st century. Not to discredit the groundbreaking works of the women in our industry who have had the […]

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Experiencing ‘Joie de Vivre’ at Expo Lagos

T he maiden edition of Expo Lagos is a unique art experiment curated by the creative consultant Tiwa Adegbuyi. The event was a unique one that fused art, technology, and entertainment. There was much to enjoy with an amazing lineup of performances from iconic artists like Sgawd, Lojay, Kida Kudz, Oxlade, The Kazez, and much […]

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Diary of A Nigerian Influencer: The Brand Model Edit

I n this edition of our series we’ll be interviewing a brand model influencer, who specializes in modeling clothes, shoes and accessories. Bolu Akingbade or Big B as she is affectionately called is a final year software engineering Babcock University tech bae, who also models in her free time and has turned this into a […]

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Diary of A Nigerian Influencer: The Product Influencer Edit

S ocial media influencers have swiftly plugged the gaps left over by an online advertising industry in Nigeria which never quite took off. Maintaining the balance between consistently sharing engaging content whilst driving paid promotions for brands may not be as easy as we think. This series pulls back the curtain on what truly goes […]

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Overcoming the “fear” of the Covid Jab

C oronaviruses have been around for much longer than we know it, and were initially discovered in 1965. According to WHO coronaviruses are a set of viruses that cause illnesses ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV), Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS-CoV), and COVID-19 which explains […]

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The Thorny Issue of Religion in Nigerian Universities

The Supreme Christian Doctrine F rom the onset, most religious academic institutions in Nigeria have set their religious beliefs on a pedestal to be worshipped by anyone who passes through their hallowed halls. Imposition of religious beliefs is seen at every level of educational institutions up into the university where you supposedly begin to make […]

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Revealing A Hidden Gem: Gabriel’s Restaurant

T he cozy Gabriel’s Restaurant is a hidden gem I recently unmasked at Eden Heights luxury apartment building in Victoria Island whilst making plans for a surprise party: Read my 5 Tips For Throwing A Memorable Surprise Party. My exquisite experience at this diner was truly one for the books and I thought it would […]

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The Bird App: Nigeria’s Fourth Emergency Service

Twitter has always been different from the other apps in terms of realism, people are constantly spewing raw and unfiltered opinions on there, everyone’s in a constant feud of your words against mine. I never imagined that Nigerian Twitter would be able to unify its voice for one cause and then the COVID pandemic happened. […]

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5 Tips For Throwing A Memorable Surprise Party

A party seems like something easy to pull off, an event that would not require that much effort to set up. A recent party which I played a part in putting together has proved that a lot more effort goes into throwing a memorable party. Event planners should be feted for their skills, as it’s […]

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